Washington made it clear Thursday there is no change in its position over Macedonia's constitutional name.
Asked by a journalist for any readout from the meeting between Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and the Greek Foreign Minister Dora Bakoyannis, the State Department's spokesman Sean McCormack said they talked about a number of bilateral issues.
"They covered a number of bilateral issues. They talked about the Visa waiver Program. They talked also about issues related to Macedonia," McCormack said.
The Greek journalist asked McCormack did he mean FYROM.
"I know you would have a different name for it. We call it Macedonia," McCormack told the journalist.